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Job openings in March fell to lowest level since 2017 in the earliest weeks of the coronavirus pandemic
JOLTS for March "only captured part of the coronavirus shock, but the numbers released this morning are still astounding," said Nick Bunker at Indeed.
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Deutsche Bank is set to fire 18,000 employees around the world — and the layoffs may look totally different depending on where they happen
Laid-off employees in the US typically pack up and leave immediately. Europe gives workers a few weeks to finish up projects.
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Lyft just poached another Google engineering executive as it continues to siphon off talent from the search giant
Lyft has a habit of poaching from Google — which might not be a bad thing for the search engine giant, considering its VC arm has invested in Lyft.
Ex-investment banking head at Bank of America, Christian Meissner, is reportedly in talks to become CEO at UBS, replacing Sergio Ermotti.
Meet the wealth firm that proudly hires brokers with checkered pasts — from hot-dog thieves to serial email deleters
A $2.5 billion broker-dealer hires financial advisers who've had run-ins with the law or regulatory agencies.
Patty McCord, Netflix's former chief talent officer, says managers should build the best team possible — even if it means firing some staffers.
Zillow’s CEO asks himself one question about every employee — and it helps him decide whether to fire them
Spencer Rascoff wants to make sure all his employees are staying relevant and growing along with the organization. If they're not? He might replace them.
If you've been Googling, "Should I quit my job?" it might be time to start taking the idea seriously.